1963 Australia Cup

The 1963 Australia Cup was the second season of the Australia Cup, which was the main national association football knockout cup competition in Australia. 24 clubs from around Australia qualified to enter the competition.[1][2]

1963 Australia Cup
Country Australia
Teams24
ChampionsPort Melbourne Slavia
Runners-upPolonia Melbourne
Matches played25
1962
1964

TeamsEdit

Qualifying clubs
  NNSW Wallsend West Wallsend Awaba Newcastle Austral
  NSW Sydney Prague APIA Leichhardt South Coast United Pan Hellenic
  QLD Brisbane Hellenic Brisbane Azzurri Latrobe Merton Rovers
  SA Adelaide Juventus Adelaide Budapest Adelaide Croatia Adelaide Polonia
  TAS Olympia Launceston Juventus Ulverstone Hobart Rangers
  VIC Footscray JUST Polonia Melbourne George Cross Port Melbourne Slavia

Round 1Edit

Toronto Awaba6–5West Wallsend

Newcastle Austral3–0Wallsend






Round 2Edit


Sydney Prague2–1 (a.e.t.)Pan Hellenic
Attendance: 11,014[2]






Quarter-finalsEdit

Sydney Prague5–2Brisbane Hellenic
Attendance: 2,100[2]



Adelaide Juventus3–0Hobart Olympia
Attendance: 5,000[2]

Semi-finalsEdit

Polonia Melbourne3–1Sydney Prague

Third place playoffEdit

Sydney Prague1–2Adelaide Juventus
Attendance: 2,000[2]

FinalEdit

ReplayEdit

Port Melbourne Slavia3–2 (a.e.t.)Polonia Melbourne
Des Palmer   81'85'104' Report Wieslaw Janczyk   19' (pen.)
Michael Jurecki   61'

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "The Australia Cup". goalweekly.com. Retrieved 17 November 2014.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Andrew Robinson (11 June 2016). "Australia Cup 1963 – Results".